The five-hour rule;  the commitment to reading for an hour a day throughout the working week, as made famous by Barack Obama and Bill Gates. It unsurprising that in today's knowledge-driven economy the more time you can spend on learning the less likely you are to be sitting in a job at the bottom of the ladder when automation starts to kick in. 

This article argues that rapid demonetization (rendering previously expensive products and services much cheaper, or even free) will lead to knowledge becoming increasingly more valuable in our economy. If you can commit to regular, consistent learning then you will be able to not only secure those higher paying jobs that haven't even been invented yet but also communicate the value of your skills to others.